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Sharing and Caring (Golden Books Family Entertainment version) - Full is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make.

Description

  • Here's the full Golden Books Family Entertainment version of Sharing and Caring, a Winnie The Pooh Learning video released on April 14, 1998. Episodes included in this release: Lights Out, The Rats Who Came To Dinner and No Rabbit's A Fortress.

Opening Previews

  1. Golden Books FBI Warning
  2. Golden Books Family Entertainment logo (1997-2008)
  3. Sharing and Caring opening logo
  4. The New Adventures of Winnie The Pooh Season 2-4 intro
  5. Lights Out Title Card
  6. First few seconds of Lights Out

Transcript

  • (We open this video with the Golden Books FBI Warning)
  • (The 1997-2008 Golden Books Family Entertainment logo appears)
  • (We then show the Sharing and Caring opening logo)
  • (We afterwards open with the Season 2-4 intro)
  • Chorus: I gotta get up I've gotta get goin' I'm gonna see a friend of mine (He's round and he's fuzzy, I love him because he's just...) Pooh bear, Winnie the Pooh bear Looking for fun, chasing some honey bees Pooh bear, I know he's out there Rumbly tumbly Climbin' a honey tree Fun never ends for us, we're so adventurous 'Least every now and again But when you're alone, and there's nobody home It's nice to be able To count on a friend like Pooh bear, Winnie the Pooh Bear Wherever you go, oh won't you take me please Pooh Bear, I gotta be the-e-ere It's me and it's you My silly old Winnie the Pooooooooooh.
  • (The Lights Out title card appears and we begin this episode)
  • (Rabbit grunting)
  • Rabbit: Pooh! Pooh bear! Open this door this very... (grunts)
  • Pooh: Hello, Rabbit.
  • Rabbit: Enough small talk, Pooh. I want my shovel and I want to get it!
  • Pooh: Your shovel?
  • Rabbit: You promised you returned it last week. Silly bear, but I know how to potting my cans exactly the sort of trial, how would it look at midnight snacks?
  • Pooh: I don't know, Rabbit. How?
  • Rabbit: Aah! Pooh, no more borrowing! Shovel, now!
  • Pooh: Actually, I think I left it in my closet.
  • Rabbit: Aha!
  • Pooh: But, Rabbit...
  • Rabbit: No buts about it.
  • Pooh: There you go, Rabbit. Your shovel.
  • Rabbit: Pooh Bear borrows this, Pooh Bear borrows that. Who does he think I am? Aah! Of course, there is one problem with planting carrots in the dark. You can't see what you're doing.
  • (Gopher snoring)
  • Rabbit: I certainly forgot about for borrowing his helmet. I'll have a bedtime before he knows it.
  • (Rooster crows)
  • (Rabbit snoring)
  • (Gopher snoring)
  • (Clock ringing)
  • Gopher: Aah! Robber! Burglar! I don't get any sleep without getting something nap, see?
  • Pooh: It looks like your head, Gopher.
  • Tigger: Yep, it's on your head all right.
  • Gopher: Well, it was supposed to be a helmet on it. Someone borrowed my helmet!
  • Rabbit: Borrowed? Oh, my. I forgot to return Gopher's helmet. Me!
  • Piglet: Oh, d-d-d-dear. And without the light, it's so dark.
  • Gopher: Yeah, isn't it?
  • Tigger: Yeah.  Good thing you're not afraid of the dark, Gopher.
  • Gopher: Yeah. Good thing.
  • Tigger: And... And who knows what's livin' down there?
  • Gopher: Livin'?!
  • Tigger: Yeah, like Jagulars!
  • Piglet: J-J-Jagulars?!
  • Tigger: Or... Or Heffalumps!
  • Gopher: H-H-H-H-Heffamadingles?
  • Tigger: Or maybe... Woozles!
  • Gopher: Uh, W-Woo-Wa-Wooz--?
  • Tigger: Yeah. Ya never know what kinda ickety-stickety things live down in the... dark!
  • Gopher: DARK?!?!
  • (Gopher screams as he zips into his mailbox, and its flag comes up with a DING!)
  • Pooh: Hmm, I wonder if I who lost Gopher's helmet on.
  • Rabbit: No, I'm sure it wasn't you.
  • Pooh: Well, I've been borrowing a lot of things lately. And since I don't remember losing it. I must have lost it. If I did remember, it wouldn't be lost.
  • Piglet: Oh, Pooh, how could you?
  • Gopher: Yeah, how could you?
  • Rabbit: Look, maybe they show up. Very soon. Any second. Where is it, where is it? It must have been around here somewhere. (gasps) Oh, my! I must have buried it.
  • Piglet: Pooh, do you think this is a good idea to go down there all alone in the dark?
  • Gopher: Dark!? (screams)
  • Pooh: But I'm not alone, Piglet. I have my jar of honey.
  • Piglet: Do you remember leaving Gopher's helmet in his tunnels?
  • Pooh: No, but I also don't remember taking his helmet. Therefore, I probably lost it where I don't remember going. (screams)
  • Rabbit: It's here, it's here. It's gotta be here. Where, where, where?
  • Pooh: Hmm, now which way when I go if I was a lost helmet? Hmm, looks like helmet tracks. Hello!
  • Piglet: Something's down there in the dark.
  • Gopher: Dark!? (running away and he almost bump it Eeyore)
  • Eeyore: Can't say I like my face either.
  • Rabbit: What'll I do? Gotta find it, gotta find it!
  • (Rabbit
  • (Gopher screams)
  • Piglet: Rabbit, quick! Pooh! Pooh, hurry! And the noise, and the honey jar and he's all alone and...
  • Tigger: Oh, fluffenstuff went to find Gopher's helmet.
  • Rabbit: What? Doesn't he know he could get lost in the dark?
  • Gopher: Dark!? (screams)
  • Rabbit: Maybe I'd better go look for Pooh myself.
  • Tigger: If long ears can risk myself for all fluffy stuff, me too.
  • Eeyore: Might as well go too. Rabbit's inspiration to all of us.
  • (Rabbit, Tigger and Eeyore

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